[time-nuts] Inside of FT1200-100
ch at murgatroid.com
Wed Nov 23 15:30:31 EST 2016
And of course it is a discontinued part.
Taking suggestions for a replacement. COG(NP0)?
On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 12:25 PM, Christopher Hoover <ch at murgatroid.com>
> Part number decoder on page 4 of:
> CY = glass
> 06 = case size
> C = operating temp (-55 C to +125 C)
> 240 = 24 pF
> J = tolerance (+/- 5%)
> On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 12:19 PM, Christopher Hoover <ch at murgatroid.com>
>> OK, I think this folded-over cap sets the nominal XO frequency:
>> (link in case it doesn't go through: https://goo.gl/photos
>> /XHUCKTnC3NAB5rKD6 )
>> I read the p/n as CY06C240J. 24 pFs? CGW would seem to be Corning
>> Glass Works.
>> On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 8:57 AM, Tom Van Baak <tvb at leapsecond.com> wrote:
>>> > Chris enjoying the pictures. Most likely I will never run into one of
>>> > oscillators. But it is nice to know that you have gone "where no man
>>> > gone before". Star Trek? Not sure.
>>> > Regards
>>> > Paul
>>> > WB8TSL
>>> I have quite a few vintage FTS 1200's here and will be doing a grand
>>> comparison in a few months. They are known for extremely good ADEV, way
>>> down in the -13's. I'll put your name on one of them.
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